Valentine's Day is coming up. Bake a little goodie, or even a meal, share it with a loved one or friend, or even surprise a neighbor with a thoughtful side dish! Valentine's Day is an excuse for those syrupy sweet, corny sayings.
Everyone loves hearing them, and many don't hear them enough. So I've peppered this week's newsletter with little Valentine-y sentiments. Hope you enjoy them.
New Soup Recipe from Customer Gini Hayles! (photo above, recipe below)
Our best wishes for an enjoyable week. Hope you and yours are doing well and taking pleasure in the little things. Sometimes we are in such a hurry, we forgot to stop for one minute to admire a bird or a flower or a child's crafting endeavor.
Did you see our photos in the Hernando Today section of the Tampa Tribune? Customers Mary Streuer and Deborah Bonacki were featured in a very nice photo-article for our booth at Hernando County Farmers Market. The article explained the hopeful new alliance for the new store Rural King, who purchased the old K-Mart location, and the HCFM.
We are sorry to have to implement a new business procedure at Beasley Farm. We are no longer accepting checks unless prior arrangements have been made. "Bad Checks" have become a burdensome business expense. We appreciate your understanding.
How about freezing our pesticide-free greens while they are in season so they can be enjoyed all year long? See our web page for more information on how to freeze greens.
- More Kale in about two weeks
- More Swiss Chard in about two weeks
Jalapenos (be sure to remove the seeds!)
Baby Bok Choy
Monday - 9AM - 2PM We are now serving our north Brooksville customers in the Cloverleaf Farm Mobile Home Park - just off Hwy 41, across from the Hernando County School Compound and south of Croom Road in North Brooksville. Turn into Cloverleaf Farm's main entrance, on the right side by the golf driving range.
- Mother Teresa -